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Start of season 2018/19 of the symphonic orchestra of Santiago de Cuba (OSO)

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liuba maria Hevia and OSOConcert of the Orquesta Sinfónica de Oriente with singer-songwriter Liuba María Hevia

The last day September 12 2018, at 08:30 p.m. and on September 13 at 1100am, under the direction of conductor Enrique Pérez Mesa (National Symphony Orchestra), the OSO celebrated the start of season 18719 with the star participation of soloist singer-songwriter Liuba María Hevia and her group in the Dolores de Santiago concert hall of Cuba, taking advantage of the national tour of the interpreter who celebrated his 35 years of artistic life.

 

The vocalist gave away a selection of her own songs, as well as others by Teresita Fernández and Silvio Rodríguez.

Hevia occasionally attended his guitar; in others, it was supported by the Orquesta Sinfónica de Oriente under the direction of maestro Enrique Pérez Mesa; by the Madrigalista Choir, directed by the teacher Magalys Sánchez; by guest guitarists and percussionists, and in the closing numbers, by the intervention of children's cantories of the city.

Before doing a "medley" of Argentine tangos, Hevia recalled how many times when she was in Santiago de Cuba she shared with the members of the supporters' club that she defends the River Plate song here. And when she introduced the dozens of girls and boys from the cantinas, He mentioned little Patricia de la Caridad, one of those voices, who celebrated her birthday that day.

After so many numbers applauded by the audience, it was difficult to "raise the stop", however, Liuba got it when he performed with the OSO and the children's voices and the "Madrigalista", themes such as Cinnamon Granite, Señor Arcoíris ...

He was thrilled again, when he remembered the beloved composer Teresita Fernández:

 

 

"I was so close to Teresita, that these 35 years of artistic life I celebrate with her, because her songs have also been my song".

The closure could not be better, because the concert ended with that unforgettable piece by Teresita: "Give me your hand and we will dance". Then to Liuba's voice and guitar; to the instrumental sections of the Orquesta Sinfónica de Oriente; to the voices of the Cantorías, the singing of the audience was added in a truly impressive farewell.

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